On their original debut ten-track, twenty-eight minute EP, Framework, Belgium’s Jealov presents a dense universe of murky, progressive, nighttime music that draws from hip-hop, dubstep, indie-rock, and electro-folk. Slow, drifting, and spare, the record is a dreamlike collection of fragments collected through the journeys of its secretive members. These souvenirs are made manifest in the spliced melodies, circular folk, whispered drift, and the glacial funk that is sure to become the band's calling card. Jealov music is made of a number of counterbalancing elements -- sampled and live performances, male and female vocals, devastating beats with dubstep influenced bass and acoustic guitars with beautifully airy instrumentation. Throughout Framework, Jealov maintains an intriguing mystery and exhibits a mastery of creating and exploring musical space.